LAYTON -- Police released a surveillance video that shows how quickly a man can expose himself to children while their parents are shopping.
And they are also looking for at least two more girls who were victimized by a man who exposed himself in Target on Monday.
"We've identified two victims, but we believe there may be possibly two more," said Layton Police Lt. Shawn Horton.
Horton said police were called at 10 p.m. Monday by a parent whose 4-year-old daughter told her that a man had exposed himself when they had been at the store earlier.
Horton said as police viewed the surveillance footage from Target they saw the man, who was later identified as 23-year-old Miles Blakeley, have some type of interaction with at least four children, including the girl who reported the incident to her mother.
They also saw the man leave the store, get into his car and drive toward Lowe's, which is near.
When police entered Lowe's they found Blakeley, who had been employed at the store, Horton said. Blakeley was taken into custody. Police confiscated a cell phone that had "numerous videos and images depicting child pornography," according to a press release they issued on Tuesday.
Blakeley is also suspected to have exposed himself at the Lowe's store in November and at Layton Walmart within the last month.
Police advise parents to constantly monitor children in public places at all times.
Blakeley was booked into the Davis County Jail on suspicion of lewdness involving a child and possession of child pornography.
Anyone with more information or think their child may have been victimized can call police at 801-497-8300.
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